Are you a case manager or employer? Northern Arizona Orthopaedics recognizes healthy employees and a full workforce are essential to your bottom line. All our patients deserve fast, accurate, effective diagnosis and treatment for their injuries — as do the companies they work for. We provide the highest quality of care resulting in better value for all payers.

  • Fast turnaround of dictation and work status reports
  • Smooth management of cases
  • Strict adherence to the State of Arizona workers’ comp guidelines
  • Convenient Urgent Ortho walk-in clinic designed for work-related injuries and illnesses (Flagstaff only)
  • Immediate medical attention available from experienced, understanding staff
  • Comfortable, first-come, first-served care with minimal waiting (Flagstaff only)
  • Convenient follow-up appointments
  • On-site casting, bracing, splinting and if needed, surgery
  • Direct communication to employers and insurance companies to make workers’ compensation easy
  • Specialized medical providers trained in occupational medicine
  • Appropriate modified duty programs
  • Exercise-based physical therapy serviced by DeRosa Physical Therapy inside the Summit Center

Referral Scheduling Line: 928-226-2916
Referral Fax Line: 928-226-3070
Download a Referral Form (print / fill out / fax in)
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Learn about our walk-in Urgent Ortho clinic for new injuries. No appointments.

Your employee was injured on the job, now what? 

  1. REPORT: Immediately following the work injury, the employee  must report it to you (case manager or employer HR dept). You will start an Accident Report Claim. The injured worker should bring that Accident Report Claim with them  to the Summit Center when they check in at their appointment.
  2. INFORM: As soon as the patient registers their information with NAO, they need to inform us of their work-related injury. They will need to provide us with their completed Accident Report Claim, which will need to be reported to you, as the employer, first. This report/claim must include:
    o The employer’s insurance information
    o The date of injury
    o A claim number (not necessary in urgent injury cases)
    o Also, the patient needs to bring a job description (not necessary in urgent injury cases) of their current position. This will help the care team better understand your injury when they complete your Work Status report

**NOTE: At this time, we do not accept out-of-state workers compensation cases.